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. on the ground near wichita. in oklahoma, near oklahoma city. the twisters part of a very he strong and as you can see wide system making its way through the northern and central plains right now. this has been cooking up for three hours now and we are at the pinnacle of that and the threat only expected toen crease from this point out. we are at the top of the heating of their day and it gets tougher from here into the night until things cool down. and the system expected to stretch into tomorrow. meteorologist janice dean is in the fox weather center. we he have one that they are watching right now outside of norman, oklahoma. we believe a touchdown happening as we speak. >> yes, and damage reports unfortunately, harris. i checked the national weather service and norman oklahoma is where the storm prediction center is. they know tornadoes. unfortunately, we are seeing damage in and around oklahoma city, norman, oklahoma up through kansas and wichita and then could have straightline damaging winds moving through the kansas city area. just want to point out where we have tornado watches extend
>>gregg: extreme weather alert. reports of a possible tornado touching down in oklahoma city, oklahoma. there you can see in the center of the screen, a very narrow funnel cloud. anyone in the area needs to take shelter immediately. hello, everyone. >>heather: thank you for joining us. shaping up to be a very busy weather-related night, and very dangerous, as well. a developing situation for you near wichita, kansas. the national weather service confirming a large and dangerous tornado touching down near the mid-continent airport. they are declaring a tornado emergency. meteorologist janice dean is in the fox news weather center with the latest. we are looking at live pictures. that was, i believe, in oklahoma city? >> that is a large wedge tornado, the helicopter that is taking pictures, you can see the power flashes from the power lines. you can see debris coming up from the ground. this is a massive large tornado coming out of oklahoma. unbelievable! this is live, producers? i believe this is live. it is coming in and out and obviously sit a very dangerous situation. if it
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reports of damage. tell us where? >> south and east of oklahoma city. tornado watches in effect from oklahoma all the way up towards the western great lakes, harris. the worst of the damage right now occurring in oklahoma as the cells just erupt ahead of the cold front. these rogue supercells and when you are ahead of the cold front that is when we particularly see things start to get dangerous in meteorology. there is shawnee. with it a confirmed tornado with the damage, extensive damage in the area of central oklahoma and then north of that another rogue supercell and with that the potential for rotating tornadoes. as well, moving up towards iowa. there is des moines. north of des moines, a supercell here developing with the potential of a tornado. see the pinks here? that is an indicator that we are seeing perhaps rain wrapped tornadoes, heavy rain as well as hail. you were talking to someone earlier with the grapefruit sized hail. we will continue to see that through the evening. as you can see in the yellows here, those are are severe thunderstorm warnings. we could see some str
we get to 3:00 p.m. local time, you see the cells develop around oklahoma city and east of i-35. that is where the storms develop. if there are individual cells that develop beginning that will likely be tornadic towards kansas city. then we get consolidating a straight line and cause a lot of damage and flooding concerns. it's from parts of minnesota all the way down towards texas but the bull's-eye is the red. moderate risk just to the north of kansas city down to the south of oklahoma city and all these storms starting around the 3:00 p.m. time today. tomorrow the storm is already moderate risk going through joplin and then east of kansas city but northern end, threat of severe weather around parts of great lakes. tuesday is still under the exact same storm, parts of the great lakes, it will be wednesday before we are completely done with this storm. >> jamie: keep us posted. thanks so much. >> kelly: good news to talk about. we have a winner -- not me -- from somebody that hit the powerball jackpot. $590 million. we'll tell you where -- wow! >> jamie: whoever that lucky winn
:00 in new york city. this is the 5:00. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: one of the most powerful agencies in our government abused power by targeting americans for political believes. americans are demanding answers, both today congress tried to get them by holding the first hearing on the irs scandal. outgoing commissioner steven miller was asked to testify before the house ways and means committee. >> as acting commissioner i want to apologize on behalf of the irs for mistakes we made and poor service we provided. >> do you believe it is illegal for employees of the irs to create lists to targeted individual groups and citizens in this country? >> i don't believe it is. >> you know the terms tea party patriots were being used and you acknowledged they were outrageous. when you were asked about this after you were briefed that was the answer i gave snus how can we conclude you mislead the committee? >> i did not. >> can you assure this committee that none of this information by was shared or given to any other federal agency? >> i would be shocked, congressman, if that happened. >> kimberly: i
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million. and the city went on heavy- handed unionization. not only pricing themselves out of the car market but the city is dying. >> be careful what you are wishing for. a dam? >> charles just changed the subject. we don't know the right rate. >> but they are getting paid the right rate. they could fill those jobs tomorrow! >> why are we blaming the unions for recruiting more members. >> double. >> they are going to lose members, my friend. >> it will be losing and then they will get a lower increase. >> the strike is nothing like this. >> to charles's point in a state like michigan, people will have the option of paying union dues and right to work. >> and blessedly you two are leaving but they do have a good point. i is not out other anchor tapes. mull over that one. >> and the stocks are like so much, so much and they are buying them with their own money. bye. why are twice as many people choosing verizon over any other carrier? many choose us because we have the largest 4glte network. others, because of our reputation for reliability. or maybe it's because we've received jd powe
and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. i might have been one of the first people to bluntly point out that the obama administration is not transparent and covering up scandals and lying to the american people. and now with the white house caught in the middle of three separate scandals, benghazi, and irs targeting of conservative groups and the justice department illegal probe in the journal phone records, the rest of the media is starting to catch up including the pundits who praised the president. >> he's accountable for it and i am offended by. it it is not a political or conservative or liberal. it is trusting your government. >> the transparency thing is crumbling. >> the president held a press government and he did well. he had been listening to their conversation. >> and lot of american a dults the last time the government looked in phone calls of the reporters and using the irs for political purposes twas the nixon era. when the government wants to do good things, managerial confidence falls between david brent and a cat chasing a hasser pointer. but when
on three different occasions, rubbing up nearly $100,000 in legal bills. joining us now from salt lake city is mr. van der sloot. so we had you on a little more than a year ago after you donated to the romney campaign the obama campaign web site began to hammer you and put your name out there and all of this business. let's start there. then what happened? >> well, that morning, april 20th, 2012, that's when my life changed. i got a phone call from my son and he said, dad, you have got to look at this. i went on there. the campaign's web site and sure enough there it was. 8 of us singled out out of thousands of donors suggest -- saying two things about us. one thing they said was that 8 of us had less than reputable records and had been on the wrong side of the law which certainly wasn't true for me and i don't think was true for i any of us. >> that was on the obama campaign official web site, right? >> yes. >> the smear of you. then it gets out and the far left web sites start to do, what? >> well, the very same day we started seeing blowing sights and so-called journalists started to rep
station in new york city. they are expected to be there for up to ten days. it understand on a busy travel koor dorin neighboring connecticut. a lot of people are hurt. 72. and three remain hospitalized in critical condition. officials say it is wonder many were not killed. those trains were packed. 700 passengers on poored one train when it derailed and the train blowed into it in the opposite. they will look at the brakes and crew performance. there was a mangle would mess of metal on the tracks. that has crippled the travel up and down the east coast. connecticut's governor giving a sense of the magnitude. >> i think it will be with us for a number of days. what is important to us that the investigation be completed on sight. and we start with removing the trains and restoring the track. it will take some amount of time. namtrak has suspended service from new york to boston until further notice. >> fox weather alert. a severe weather system we have watched build for days. potential of tornados to heavily populated areas including north texas. it is tough for them. they are recovering fr
near fairfield, connecticut, about 50 miles northeast of new york city. it happened during last night's rush hour on the metro north line. dozens were hurt, at least three critically. responders say it's remarkable that no one was killed. here is one of the passengers. >> kind of in and out of consciousness. she kept asking the same question over and over again, what happened? where are we? i kept telling her we're on the train. it crashed. >> the national transportation safety board is looking at everything, the brakes, the tracks, the signaling system, and the crew to figure out what went wrong. >>> boston's police department is going to conduct a full review of the city's response to last month's deadly marathon bombings. police commissioner ed davis saying the aim is to learn from the incident and prepare for the future. not clear when the investigation will begin. only that it could take a few months. three people were killed and more than 260 others injured when tamerlan tsarnaev and his brother, dzhokhar tsarnaev, set off a pair of makeshift bombs near the finish line of that r
>> hello, i'm kimberly guilfoyle and the rest. it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city. this is "the five". >> one of the most powerful t agencies in our governmentes abused its powers by targetingnn americans for their political beliefs. americans are demanding answers, so today congress tried to get them by holding the firstd to hearing on the irs scandal. outgoing commissioner steven miller was called to testify before the house, ways and means committee and he had a lotto explaining to do.mean >> as acting commissioner, i want to apologize on behalf of the internal revenue service for the mistakes that we made and the poor service we provided. >> do you believe it is illegal for employees of the irs to create lists to target individual groups and citizens in thisindi country? >> i don't believe it is. ev the terms tea party, patriots were being used. p you justa acknowledged a minute ago they were outrageous, and then when you were asked about this after you were briefed about this, that was the answere you gave us? how can we not conclude that yos misled this committee? >> i did
coverage is about and sucks up all of the oxygen in the the capital city and hard to move an agenda forward. also this point you are are be ginning to see the line of defense emerging on the three cases which basically is yeah, we screwed up. there is a -- on the cbs news interesting story based on conversation with senior administration officials in which they are talking about benghazi and what they did and didn't do that night. we should have sent the emergency team. we screwed up. an income pa tense defense. the same thing with the irs. bundling in the cincinnati office is blamed. merging with regard to the monitoring of the phone calls of the ap reporters. and that is that somebody overdid it. overcooked and went too far. the problem with all of that is that at the core of liberalism is the idea that government is a great mediating force acting on behalf of the national interest -- of th the national electorate and that government agencies can and should do the fine work and are capable of doing it. when you have three scandals affecting different agencies of government, different peop
is in the red, just north of kansas city and oklahoma city and i-35 and back in towards joplin and tulsa area, that's where we could see large, destructive tornadoes. moving to tomorrow, the exact same area dealing with a threat, slightly off to the east. slight risk, extending towards wisconsin and back throughout texas, tuesday, same story. the moderate risk goes away. but we are going to see severe weather through tuesday. a three-day weather event. we will see rain in the southeast as well and the flooding will continue. >> the tornadoes are happening in populated areas. >> you bet. >> there is a new plan to tell but. also some pretty strong reaction to lowering the drunk driving limit. mothers against drunk driving is against doing that. why? the president of m.a.d.d. will join us ahead. >> saving up for college can seem impossible when money is tight. coming up in our take-charge consumer segment, key tips on how your kids can play an active role in their future and start saving now. man: the charcoal went out already? ... forget it. vo: there's more barbeque time in every bag of kingsf
. this is a three day event we are talking about. already a moderate risk issued tomorrow as well from kansas city through tulsa to oklahoma city. by monday, slides a little bit farther off toward the east. three day severe weather event. possibly lots of large tornadoes we are going to be talking about over the weekend. guys? >> thanks so much. coming up, she says she wants to die. will the jury give jodi arias her wish? what does the family of the man she murdered want to happen this week? we have a friend of travis alexander joining us next. >> then if you saw a little girl trapped under a car on the side of the road, would you help? good samaritans worked together to save her life. we have that story coming up. ♪ i need a hero ♪ i am holding on for a hero till the end of the night ♪ has he got to be strong ♪ and he's he has got to be fast ♪ the kyocera torque lets you hear and be heard even in stupid loud places. to prove it, we set up our call center right here... [ chirp ] all good? [ chirp ] getty up. seriously, this is really happening! [ cellphone rings ] hello? it's a giant hel
. then into sunday, oklahoma city, wichita, kansas city, in red here, but anywhere from north texas up to minneapolis, you still need to be on your guard for severe weather. this is going to continue even into monday, from dallas through green bay and indianapolis. slow moving storm system with a lot of punch. we're going to see the potential for mail, damaging winds and yes, even tornadoes. again, tonight through the overnight, keep your noah weather radios on because the sirens will go off. we'll see watches and warnings throughout tomorrow. i think overnight and tomorrow will be the potential for the most dangerous weather and you can see the highs tomorrow, again very warm across our bull's eye area where we could see potential for severe weather and that, unfortunately, is going to continue through monday. so a multi-day event. you need to know what you're going to be doing. we have a little bit of warning here before those watches and warnings come out and we will see tornado watches and warnings through the evening hours. we'll keep you up to date. kelly, jamie, back to you. >> kelly: the even
semester. >> a lot of people are captaining pack and been in active doubt and rebuild cities and count rows and had techinal and high- tech education and what happens, they come back and looking to deputy in to civilian life and looking to get a job. >> the first two graduates of the viper program received their degrees today. christina, a national combat medic and adam, who served in the marines earned degrees. and burrows hopes to open her holistic center. and adams wants to be a state troper. they are grateful for the tunes. >> i think every school should have a program like this. every school around because it is very hard to transition. >> the viper program helped me to feel like i was recognized for all of the service and sacrifice that i had to go through. that motivated me to excel in school. >> and warren don't community college offers many courses on line. they can earn their degrees while stationed anywhere in the world. >> that is a fantastic program, thank you very much. >> the saga of a maryland 7-year-old suspended from school for nibbling a pastry poi gun. john was suspended
it to wamu or they're gone. give it to wells fargo and citi group. there are too many student loans. the private sector will encourage these loans just as much at just as high a rate. it's not going to go away with some sort of a cap on how much you can borrow. there is a scandal there. my student loans from business school are 3.13%. these kids are playing 7% in graduate school. interest rates are lower today than they were when i was in business school. the president wants to fix that. before '06 it was lower. congress got involved, set the rates arbitrarily high, haven't adjusted, and that's hosing these students. the solution isn't getting out of the way and letting a private bank take on that 8% loan. >> sure it is. >> it's to limit the amount that they borrow so they don't get in over their head and get the rate to a more realistic level and still make a little money for the government along the way. >> brenda: isn't getting the private banks into this going to help, gary b.? >> i would think so. i would think one of the reasons that, you know, when john kicked off the segment
babies and then killing them in cold blood. the defense says it is a racist prosecution of an inner city doctor doing his best for poor women with no where else to turn. now, the jury would hear from people who actually worked in the clinic. what they saw. and what they did. march 18 began a five week parade of witnesses for the prosecution. to peter boyer, the trial testimony lent a new dimension to the who are horrifying dimensions of the grand jury report. >> the first employees to testify was adrian mot testimony o. she told the court that she had snipped the spines of ten babies who had been born alive. she did these things and was asked did was that murder did you consider it wrong. she said at first i didn't. >> bret: the testimony captured for boyer with the german philosopher talking about the holocaust called the benality of evil. >> another are woman who gave testimony, a young woman named linda williams. she talked about the snipping of the spinal cord and she was asked did you have any aware eps that this was murder and she -- awareness that that was murder and she told the
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